We want to ensure that our pups have a smooth transition to their new homes, so we send them off with a care package! You will receive a set of the same food your puppy has been eating while in our nursery: a bag of Victor Hi-Pro Plus, Cesar wet food, a tube of Nutri-Vyte gel, and a bully stick. The best part? Unlike with other pet stores, this is our gift to you and there is no additional charge!
Crates and Playpens
While you probably can't wait for your puppy to sleep next to your bed (or directly on yours), the truth is that your puppy needs a small, confined area for the first few weeks and months. We carry appropriately sized crates for all breeds that we carry!
36 inch - Siberian Husky, Bulldog, Mini Goldendoodle, Breeds under 50lbs, Two Breeds under 10lbs with divider
We also carry IRIS playpens for a more open-air solution.
Leashes and Collars
We carry Lupine brand leashes and adjustable collars. These products are guaranteed against chewing damage, just in case your puppy decides that there's nothing more fun than teething on its leash or collar.
Most vets will recommend that you do not walk your dog out in public until they receive their rabies vaccinations, usually at around 4 months of age. Until then, pick up some wee wee pads and begin the training process indoors.
Chews and Toys
Puppies are naturally inclined to teethe. Their mouth is their primary method of interacting with their environment and their baby teeth are making way for their adult teeth, which is a painful process in of itself. It's up to you, the new pet parent, to provide your puppy with safe things to teethe on: preferably not your fingers, furniture, or shoes! We carry a variety of chews and toys to keep your puppy occupied, whether it be a bully stick, durable rope toys, ball toys which can hold treats, or fun squeaky toys!
The best way to train your puppy is by rewarding immediately after performing a good deed on command. Since most of the puppies in our store have Puppy Party experience, they respond well to Bil-Jac treats. Make sure to find something your pup responds positively to, so you can begin positive reinforcement training!
This will really depend on the puppy you pick. Short-haired breeds like Beagles, Puggles, Boston Terriers, etc. require soft-bristle brushes. Long-haired breeds like Shih Tzus, Yorkies, Schnauzers, Poodles, etc. require daily brushing with slicker brushes to keep their coat tangle free. Double-coated breeds like Huskies, Corgis, Pomeranians, etc. will require weekly brushing with deshedding rakes like Furminators.